The Belgian PM says it was a mistake to help Saudi Arabia get appointed on the UN rights panel.
The Parliamentary Assembly of the Council of Europe (PACE) puts Turkey on a monitoring watchlist over its post-coup crackdown and human rights violations.
The office of Hungary’s representative in Brussels has confirmed Orban's hearing.
The request is the second filed by Ankara in relation to the soldiers.
An EU official warns that the continental bloc could rethink its relations with Turkey.
The EU foreign policy chief, Federica Mogherini, says EU-Russia cooperation is 'not frozen' despite EU's anti-Russia sanctions.
At least 15 people, including children, drowned when an inflatable boat carrying refugees sank off the Aegean island of Lesbos.
Pope Francis likens the refugee detention camps in European states to concentration camps.
More than half of Britain's population are exposed to dangerously high levels of air pollution.
Michele Scarponi, the 2011 Giro d'Italia champion, has been killed in a road accident after being hit by a van while training close to his home in Filottrano.
European shares experienced the three-week lows over concerns about Britain’s early election and France’s presidential polls.
The demonstrators in Madrid voice their outrage at Washington’s recent missile attack on a Syrian army air base.
Austrian leaders urge EU to end talks over Turkey's 30-year bid to join the bloc after its controversial referendum.
A small plane crashed Monday beside a supermarket near Lisbon, killing four people on board the aircraft and one on the ground.
Top European officials call on Ankara to seek broader national consensus as results show the population is bitterly divided over the reforms.
The Italian coastguard says thousands more refugees have been rescued from boats off the coast of Libya on a second day of operations.
NGOs have saved 2,074 refugees from the Mediterranean in a single day, blaming the EU for failing to play an active role in the rescue operations.
A Spanish firefighter may lose his job for refusing to ship arms to Saudi Arabia over the regime’s war crimes in Yemen.
Poland has officially welcomed a NATO battalion of American troops deployed to the Eastern European country.
The European Union foreign policy chief is going to make her first visit to Russia in April.
Ministers in the G7 bloc reject calls for imposing new sanctions on Russia over Syria.
The demonstrators chant slogans against a meeting of Group of Seven foreign ministers underway in Lucca.
Energy ministers of the G7 fail to issue a joint statement on climate change as US voices reservations.
The UN has called on EU member states not to send asylum seekers back to Hungary.
Spain detains a Russian computer expert over alleged hacking of the US presidential election, a legal sources says.
Foreign ministers from the Group of Seven major industrialized countries converge in Italy for a summit, with the Syrian conflict being at the top of its agenda.
Slovenian PM says tougher border checks imposed at Schengen borders were intolerable.
Greece says more austerity measures could be imposed if the country's debt relief is implemented by lenders.
Chanting "Thieves" and "You cannot fire us all," they walked from the main post office to the office of Prime Minister Szydlo.
The Organization of Islamic Cooperation (OIC) has condemned a terrorist attack in the Swedish capital that killed four people.
A man is arrested in connection with a recent deadly truck attack in the Swedish capital, Stockholm, police say.
The EU Parliament banned the Syrian deputy foreign minister from entering the building.
In reaction to a recent US missile strike on a Syrian airbase, the EU said it is against a military solution to the conflict in the Arab country.
At least four people are killed after a truck drives into pedestrians in the central part of the Swedish capital of Stockholm, police say.
A report says the Basque separatist group of ETA in Spain has voluntarily disarmed.
Mogherini says European Union member states will not transfer their embassies in Israel from Tel Aviv to occupied Jerusalem al-Quds.
Three people are killed and scores injured after a bus carrying around 50 school children rolled over on a road in northern Sweden.
Spanish Foreign Minister Alfonso Dastis says Spain has no plans to close its border with Gibraltar after Britain leaves the European Union.
For sure the European Union's defense and security can continue perfectly well without Britain's contribution, Mogherini said.
Austria, home to more than 350,000 Turks, warns against travel to Turkey amid reports of arrests on arrival.
German President Frank-Walter Steinmeier visited Paris on Thursday, a day after the UK triggered the formal process of leaving the European Union.
Italian police officers foil a terrorism plot to blow up the Rialto Bridge in Venice.
The Netherlands' doctors oppose a controversial proposed law that would allow elderly people the right to get professional assistance to end their lives.
The UN estimates that around 150 could have died in the recent refugee shipwreck in the Mediterranean.
Eastern member states of the European Union have refused Brussels’ demand over relocation of immigrants across the bloc.
Boyko Borisov, the head of Bulgaria’s center-right GERB Party, is due to begin talks to form a new government.
Leaders of 27 EU countries, excluding the UK, are meeting in the Italian capital to celebrate 60 years since the Treaty of Rome was signed.
Police officers in Belgian city of Antwerp arrest a man who allegedly tried to ram his car into a crowd.
Belgium observes a moment of silence to mark the first anniversary of the deadlyDaesh bombings at the Zaventem Airport in Brussels.
Catalonia demands Spanish government to let it hold a legal referendum on independence later this year.
The European Union says the death penalty is its red line for Turkey's EU membership bid.
Jean-Claude Juncker, the European Commission chief, cautions against a trade war between the EU and the US.
Mariano Rajoy says the Spanish government will give nothing in exchange for disarmament of the Basque militant separatist group ETA.
Lawmakers backed the ban with 483 votes to 100 and 37 abstentions on Thursday.
Swedish prosecutors say they are not yet ready to decide on rape allegations against WikiLeaks founder.
The polls are particularly important given the potentiality that another far-right party may rise to power in Europe.
Amnesty International says the court ruling is "disappointing" and encourages discrimination.
The EU parliament suspended Janusz Korwin-Mikke over his sexist remarks.
Dutch Prime Minister Mark Rutte and his main far-right rival at national elections clash live on TV in a face-to-face debate ahead of Wednesday’s vote.
The EU prolongs for another six months sanctions against 150 Russia-linked individuals over the Ukrainian crisis.
Poland’s right-wing leader rejects an alliance with France’s Le Pen to break the EU apart.
The EU and NATO call on Turkey to deescalate current tensions with the Netherlands, which began after a ban on Turkish ministers to attend rallies in Rotterdam.
Poland’s foreign minister says EU leaders “cheated” in picking Donald Tusk as the president of the European Council.
Prime Minister Binali Yildirim says Ankara will respond in kind to the recent unacceptable behavior of the Dutch government.
People in Italy’s Naples clash with police as a far-right leader pays a visit to the city.
The Council of Europe censures a plan by Turkey’s President Recep Tayyip Erdogan to change the Turkish parliamentary ruling system to a presidential one.
EU leaders are deeply divided over a plan to build unity in the bloc after Brexit.
Angry farmers clashed with riot police during a Wednesday protest rally against austerity measures in the Greek capital.
Italians crammed into last buses in Rome as the city braced for a strike on Women’s Day.
The EU foreign ministers approve the creation of a military training headquarters.
Citizens gathered at a mosque in The Netherlands’ capital city, Amsterdam, on Sunday to show solidarity with the country’s Muslim population.
Italy's Coast Guard says another 500 refugees expected to arrive in the next couple of days.
Austrian Chancellor Christian Kern on Sunday urged EU countries to ban pro-Erdogan campaigns in the run-up to an April referendum in Turkey.
Sweden reintroduced mandatory military service for both men and women on Thursday. Conscription will begin next year.
The European Parliament says US citizens should have to get visas to enter Europe's Schengen area after Washington banned permit-free travel for five of the bloc's countries.
The EU warns member states of taking legal action if they fail to abide by their promises concerning the relocation of refugees.
About 2,000 people hold a peaceful rally against ongoing bailout talks in the Greek capital of Athens.
EU lawmakers will consider whether to lift MEP Marine Le Pen’s immunity over Daesh images.
The Greek Finance Ministry said the talks have resumed between Greek officials and representatives from the EU and the IMF.
Hungary begins building a second fence along its border with Serbia to hold back refugees.
People rally in Bucharest on the 27th day of protests urging the government of Prime Minister Grindeanu to step down.
The Netherlands parliament will debate whether to remain in the Eurozone or leave it.
The Catalan regional government on Thursday confirmed that the ducks are to be killed to stop the spread of the highly contagious disease.
A Spanish top court jails former IMF chief for 4.5 years over embezzlement.
Greek police, coast guards, and firefighters held anti-austerity protests in the capital, Athens, on Wednesday.
Lofven expresses surprise at the US president talking about a nonexistent terror attack in the European country.
More than 300 refugees crossed a border fence between Morocco and the Spanish enclave of Ceuta on Monday.
Thousands of people took to the streets in the capital, Bucharest, on Sunday to demand the resignation of the government.
Hard-line Dutch politician Geert Wilders vows to crack down on the Moroccan community in the Netherlands if his party wins parliamentary elections.
Reunification talks between Greek and Turkish Cypruses crashed abruptly over bitter difference between the two sides on Thursday.
A high-ranking European official says Europe must not cave in to US demands to raise military spending